Happy holidays! Hope you all had a magical Christmas full of health, love, gifts and grinch-eating unicorns. Did you find a sable or some jewelry under the tree? Me? ...Nothing, I suspect the unicorns ate them. Speaking of jewelry, I need to start wearing earrings again. I came across this lovely pair, I always had a little obsession with feather earrings and any excuse of transforming myself into a bird.
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Loved the location where the Dimitris Petrou fw 11/12 show took place. Water was dripping from the ceiling and chandeliers with candles hanging in the middle of the runway. The faded pastel colors of the menswear were my favorite.
1. gold plate necklace Beginning Boutique
2. mint Dr Martens
3. cos folded panel blazer
4. Golightly sleeping mask
5. lomography fisheye shiawase camera
6. cos curved hem jumper
7. topshop silver ankle boots
8. cos gathered tunic top
9. Burberry cap
10. retrosuperfuture sunglasses
Once again it's the time of the year when spoiled little kids crawl out of their
castles hiding places and make outrageous demands of glorious presents, write their sweet little letters to Santa asking for snow and perhaps a jet and sugar is always in abundance. This is my lovely little list of all the lovely little things I wish to get, oups, I forgot to add the pony. My newly developed obsession with cos is apparent.
photos by Agape
Strolling around the narrow streets of Plaka, right under the Acropolis on a very sunny December day. Can't get much better than that. Everything is so peaceful and quaint on that side of the city. I apologize for being m.i.a for a while, just taking a break that's all. I bought this cardigan in an attempt to add something brighter to my bleak winter wardrobe, it's so fuzzy and hugable.
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(asos silver collar, ebay wedges)
A few new things I've bought lately. I am completely obsessed with anything silver, not to the point where I go out looking like a disco ball, small doses will do. Also, next month I'm starting pattern making and sewing seminars, can't wait! I'm really looking forward to creating my own clothes, my self taught skills so far are limited to badly crafted but to my defense very flattering tops. You can see some of them here, here and here.
The creepy digitaria show outfits, I still feel chills looking at the umbilical cord masks.
Vladimir Karaleev's collection and Vladimir himself. I loved the soft geometric lines of the garments and I can't wait to get myself a pair of those amazing heels. I want to marry those shoes and bake them a cake and take them on trips and stuff. Vladimir is the sweetest person, very intelligent and well rounded, we hung out later with Spiros, Stame, Evelina and Kostantinos (all have been occasional photographers for this blog) and did Freud tests to each other.